Zika Hoax: Of 12,000 Women Infected With Zika, All Gave Birth to Healthy Babies - Women Don’t “Need” Abortion - Man Must Stop Pesticides!
Is the Zika virus linked to microcephaly?
US Centers for Disease Control and the New England Journal of Medicine both concluded the link is there. Both are heavy hitters in the realm of research, however, they admit there’s no studied verification.
The declared Zika link to microcephaly may be premature. The study is expansive and so credible that the New England Journal of Medicine published the preliminary results in spite of already concluding Zika was the problem.The study looked at nearly 12,000 pregnant Colombian women infected with Zika. None of them had a baby with microcephaly.
Four cases of microcephaly were reported with women who didn’t have Zika symptoms and were not part of the study, which is consistent with the normal expected number of cases. Based on estimated numbers there should be about 60,000 pregnant women in Colombia with the Zika virus, yet there are hardly any cases of microcephaly. If the link to Zika is legitimate, there should have been a dramatic increase in the number of babies with microcephaly.
What's the answer? Some scientists believe pesticides may be the source, specifically pyriproxyfen. It’s effective in controlling mosquitoes by acting as a larvicide. It interferes, the researchers say, with the development of mosquito larvae.
So not only does the pesticides interfere with mosquito normal production - it is killing honey bees. Mankind again making a mess of life. http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/01/health/zika-spraying-honeybees/
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